Sentence Examples

  • Such treaties, now very numerous, are somewhat misleadingly spoken of by recent writers (L.
  • P. 2087) appeals rather misleadingly to this record as proving the progress made during the half-century before Odo's time.
  • Procera) - are widely diffused and highly prized for their wood, especially the first, which is misleadingly called roble (oak).
  • In Lacaze-Duthiers's highly-elaborated memoir it should be noticed that he uses the term " cirrhes " rather misleadingly, not for cirrhiform feet, but as the equivalent of setae.

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